The French CREPIM Institute focuses on researching fire-retardant materials in all types of industries that are subject to fire protection regulations. Their laboratory uses PlasmaPlus® polymerization to improve behavior in fire of very different substrates. Innovative fire protection
Since the mid-1990s, Plasmatreat has had a strategic partnership with Fraunhofer IFAM, Europe’s largest independent research institution for industrial bonding technology, which has resulted in many jointly-developed projects. Partners in pioneering
Research and practical expertise combine to create the basis for innovative solutions which can be rapidly applied in industry. Working closely with Plasmatreat, plasma researchers at Environment Park, the Italian Science and Technology Center, have succeeded in using Openair-Plasma® and PlasmaPlus® technologies to develop and patent a groundbreaking process for the ski industry. Research project PlasmaSki: pooling expertise for process innovations
Inline activation using Openair-Plasma® on plastic and metal surfaces for multi-component injection molding technology makes possible firmly bonded composites of plastic-plastic or plastic-metal combinations that in the past could not be bonded at all or were only slightly compatible in bonding. Robust process chain using inline plasma
Press Release: Plasmatreat Academy - A Dialog between Industry and Science
Plasma moves into the center for professional know-how transfer.
As the innovation leader in plasma-based surface treatment Plasmatreat has been sharing its know-how with the industry for 25 years. The newly founded „Plasmatreat Academy” now combines a wide array of educational programs under one roof and with one common goal: facilitating an in-depth dialog with customers, suppliers, science and research.
Activation of Polymers by Openair-Plasma® (2) - Expansion of the application range for various plastics
The treatment with Openair-Plasma® brings about a targeted, site-selective change in surface properties. In industrial applications, this improves adhesion and normally incompatible polymers can be reliably bonded. Dr. Alexander Knospe demonstrates the possibilities of plasma treatment in the plastics industry and provides insights into the function and advantages of this technology